Seated portrait of a Bedouin tribesman at Sheikh Zayid bin Sultan Al Nahyan's hunting camp in Al Khatam sands near Al Ain. A middle-aged man with a thick dark beard kneels in soft sand looking into the near right foreground. He sits with his hands resting in his lap and a camel stick lies in the sand in front of his knees. He wears a plain ghutra (headscarf) draped over his head and chest and a worn thobe (long shirt). Behind him some bushes grow in the sand.
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